Bleh... Edit timed out. This is what I meant to write:
I looked over the pictures - I took some from a ground angle. I agree her topline isn't great, but that angle makes it look worse. I'll get a better confo shot tomorrow if I can.
As for her feet, she's due for shoes. We were out of town, and I'm aware she is overdue. Because they are about an hour out of town, it takes some coordinating to get our farrier out. These photos were taken right after we got back, I assure you, we are taking care of her.
On to breeding. What should I look for in a stallion to compliment her? I can see what you're pointing out about her back - I know you can't "balance out" the flaw, but is there a specific I should look for?
@JustAwesome I really like the look of that stallion - but isn't he located in Australia? Am I looking at high shipping prices for AI? Not familiar with international breedings... Enlighten me please?
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